Why do parents sign their children up for music lessons with you?

  Here’s a thought, when parents decide to sign their children up for music lessons they may find your business by googling music lessons in their area, music classes etc. However that’s not the reason they decide to sign up with you.   In fact, have you ever thought of the reason why parents sign…

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Getting into your Entrepreneur groove!

Do you consider yourself an entrepreneur? If your answer is no, you may want to think again. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines an entrepreneur as one who organizes, manages, and assumes the risks of a business or enterprise.  As an independent music instructor you can consider yourself an entrepreneur if you posses and/or develop these skills.…

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Instagram for Your Music Studio

We’ve all heard the saying “a picture is worth a thousand words!” Instagram is a fun way to share photos of what’s happening in your studio and just overall a fun way to add to marketing your studio. After noticing a lot of my students were using Instagram, I decided to take the plunge and…

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4 Ways Your Local College Can Help Your Music Studio

  1. Small Business Classes You will find a broad range of business courses designed for working adults, with topics such as computers, leadership skills, social media, conflict resolution, sales, and time management. In addition, you will be surrounded around other professional individuals just like you who are operating a small business. It’ll be great to…

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Lies Private Music Teachers Believe

Building a music lesson business can be very challenging. When students continuously quit and you constantly need to enforce your studio policy you may find that building your studio is next to impossible. The first thing you have to do is rid yourself of negative thoughts and here are some constant hang ups that keep…

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Protect Your Music School From Music Teacher Turn-over

Teacher turn-over is a tremendous problem in the music school business. It’s even more frustrating when you feel as though you are doing everything right, by supplying them with consistent students, you pay them on time and even more you schedule holiday time off in your studio!!   The first thing that you must understand…

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Do This Before Naming Your Music Studio

It used to be that back in the days when you start a business that all you needed to do was reserve your business name in your city and then open up shop. However now that so much has taken over with social media it is important to make sure your name is available on…

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